Goodness is Well-Balanced Well-Being
Well-being is experienced in the present moment, through mindfulness.
When we live through our memories, mindfulness is lost to a contest of ideas.
Mindfulness is the quality of being consciously aware, through focusing on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts and bodily sensations.
Mindful conversations are amicable, as both experience just that present moment, before the judgement contest sets in. Judgement is a memory-conversation that creates conflict as our experiences and memories differ, taking us away from the present moment.
Mindfulness is wisdom.
Its expression is compassion.
Use it, or lose it.